Acqua di Giò Homme of Armani is a man perfume developed by Alberto Morillas in 1996. Cutting water and aromatic, its cool and casual style traps from the outset.
In his notes as lime, orange or bergamot citrus combine with flowers such as jasmine or neroli. Marine notes are predominant in its heart notes, without losing Persian violet floral or spicy nuances such as nutmeg. For notes in the background the patchouli, amber, Oak Moss and musk are the selected ingredients.